Longtime jockey Philip Nore suspects that a racetrack photographer's fatal accident was really murder--and unravels some nasty secrets of corruption, blackmail, and murder.aThis hurdler, a Harold said severely, ais the one who wrecked the schooling session last Saturday. I know you werena#39;t on him . . . it wasna#39;t your fault . . . but you just mind he gets a good clear view of what hea#39;s got to jump. ... Horses do their very best to avoid a man or a horse on the ground, but with so many, so close, anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2005-10-04|